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Fb ads help

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by reedcy, Dec 19, 2011.

  1. reedcy

    reedcy Regular Member

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    I needd facebook ads help does anybody no of a guide or anything that shows you how to get dating offers on facebooks ads cuz my ads always get disapproved and need to use the free hundred i got fromthat marketing bootcamp thing.
     
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  3. reedcy

    reedcy Regular Member

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    I cannot get my facebook ads approved I keep getting this messags


    Reason(s):
    The destination of your ad or Sponsored Story either violates Facebook's Advertising Guidelines or could not be reviewed. Before resubmitting it, please visit our Help Center for additional information and examples compliant with our Advertising Guidelines.

    Im using a regular peerfly link no url shortener.
    Can anyone help me get approved.
     
  4. KeijoKala

    KeijoKala Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Hmm, you use your affiliate link? I think that is the problem, you should buy your own domain and build up an landing page.
     
  5. reedcy

    reedcy Regular Member

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    So facebook doesn't allow dating sites i copied the idea from another persons campaign and they were direct linking.
     
  6. IncentPath

    IncentPath Newbie

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    Based on that disapproval reason, it looks like the reviewer was not able to see the proper page for your offer. If the offer is US only, and if the reviewers are from Ireland (they are), they will be redirected to a different offer than the dating offer you have in mind.

    To get around us, I suppose you are at least using a tracking system like Prosper202, simply submit the ads without your aff link, just the actual link to the dating site, after approval switch your links to your affiliate link.
     
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    mojstermiha Regular Member

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    There can be several reasons why the other person got ads approved:

    • He was just lucky with the person who reviewed his ads.
    • He is using some sort of cloaking script.
    • He redirected the destination URL to the right affiliate URL after his ad got approved.
    • He is spending so much money on FB that they don?t treat him like the rest of marketers, especially beginners.
     
  8. reedcy

    reedcy Regular Member

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    if i buy a domain name but redirect it to my affilate link will that work???
     
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    mojstermiha Regular Member

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    It will, but you should have some FB neutral content on that domain before your ads get approved. Or redirect it to WH content or iframe WH site. All this works and is also BH so be careful.
     
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    It's BH? so they can ban my facebook account for this ? if so do you know of good theme that i could just use to make a simple landing page.
     
  11. reedcy

    reedcy Regular Member

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    Can anyone who is good with facebook ads help me out ? I got the ads up but im not getting any clicks. I would be even interested in paying for a facebook ads tutor or getting an ebook pm me or hit my skype up if you want to help.
     
  12. Fastlane

    Fastlane Registered Member

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    Don't make the ad look too salesy. Try to use more unprofessional images instead of professional stock photos, red and green colors work the best.
    Take a look at the other ads you are seeing on Facebook, think about if you would click on them, and if not, make your ad different to stand out.
    Facebook is a social platform, so try to make your ad social and engaging as well.

    Oh and by the way Facebook has no problems with affiliate links. The only thing that matters is WHAT you promote, but not if it's an affiliate link.
     
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    upandaway Newbie

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    are oyu sure about this, that Fb is OK with affiliate link?

    anyway to get best practice download Perry Marshall`s FIrestrom 2, you ll get all the info oyu need and more!
     
  14. Fastlane

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    Well I can only speak from my own experience. But I already promoted several affiliate links (from both clickbank and shareIt), and they never got disapproved (at least not because of the ad destination, just some issues with the images/ad content sometimes).
    I have to say though, that the campaigns never really were successful.
    With Facebook you have to do a "softer" approach, since people are not on Facebook to buy anything.
    I think you can get both a better CTR and more sales if you promote your niche-related page first, and then use social proof tactics to promote your affiliate links.
    For example what I think could work very well is to make a post where you put your affiliate link, then ask something like "So does anyone of you guys use [your product]? Looks quite good to me.", and THEN use a few fake accounts to post comments like "yeah I have this, gotta say it's pretty awesome".
    This should both prevent any further bad comments about the product and on the other hand make people feel like they are missing out on something.
    Social engineering at it's best.
     
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    Cloaking most likely.

    I see one guy using amazon.com for the display URL, but when you click it goes to a clickbank product. "Muscle Maximizer" or some shit, which must be converting because i've seen it for a while now.